Step by Step Guide for Paper Lunch Application
You can obtain a paper application from the cafeteria at the school that your children attend. If you have more than one child that attends Brunswick County Schools, you only have to fill out one application with all your children's name. Please make sure that if you fill out a paper application that is for the current year and not the previous year.
Steps to fill out Paper Lunch Application
In Section A of the paper application, please fill out the following:
In Section B of the paper application, please fill out the following:
In Section C of the paper application, please fill out the following:
In Section D of the paper application, please fill out the following:
In Section E of the paper application, please fill out the following:
Section E is the last section that you need to fill out.
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